ESPN yesterday fired analyst Harold Reynolds from Baseball Tonight, sources told The Post. The reason was not immediately known.
“We are not going to comment,” ESPN VP Josh Krulewitz said.
When asked how they are going to explain that Reynolds will never be on the air again, Krulewitz still declined comment.
Though I’m tempted to write something like “see what happens when you cut in front of Kruk at the cafeteria,” (and there you go, I just did it) in all seriousness, this is a baffling move. Of all the talking skulls on “Baseball Tonight” whose jobs should be in jeopardy for their inability to make sense, Reynolds wouldn’t even crack the top 4. I suppose we’ll have to wait for Harold’s side of the story at Yard Work to find out what really went down.